COLLABORATIVE TASK

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Tarea colaborativa en la que los alumnos realizan un concurso para elegir la mejor fotografía que represente una acción de las tres Rs.

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COLLABORATIVE TASK
  1. TITLE: The three Rs
    1. ACTIVITY: Photography contest of actions representing the three Rs
      1. STUDENTS' AGE: 12-13
        1. SUBJECTS: English, Biology, ICT
          1. LANGUAGE: English
        2. PROCEDURE: Students take pictures of examples of the three Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) at school, at home and in the street. In groups they write and record a description of the pictures and the way these actions help the planet (Fotobabble). They put their works in Padlet. They form international groups to choose the best works using a Rubric (Twinspace, chat). Finally they meet on Skype to give the results.
          1. OBJECTIVES: - To describe photographs - To communicate in order to reach an agreement - To develop an ecological conscience - To use different ICT tools
            1. TOOLS: - Fotobbable - Padlet - Twinspace (chat, Skype)
              1. ASSESSMENT: - Rubric for the students to select the best photographs and descriptions - Rubric for teachers to assess works and work process
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